Class action alleges antidepression drug doesn't work

, The National Law Journal


Plaintiffs attorneys have filed a class complaint on behalf of millions of consumers of Zoloft, alleging they were misled about the effectiveness of the prescription antidepressant drug.

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    What findings of fact and results have been obtained in the firm's other cited suits over Lexapro, etc.? When and how were members of the proposed class of users ever notified? Citations? Status? Public online access to case documents?

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